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You don’t need to be diagnosed with a mental health condition to ask for help, it’s always ok to seek support

Seeking mental health support isn’t limited to those diagnosed with conditions like depression or anxiety.

Mental well-being is a spectrum, and even if you haven’t been diagnosed with a specific condition, if you find yourself feeling unlike your usual self or facing emotional challenges, it’s completely valid to seek assistance.

Prioritising your mental health by seeking help promptly can pave the way for a happier, more balanced you.

When should you ask for help?

Here are some common signs that you may be struggling with your mental health:

  • You are not enjoying the things that you used to, like hobbies, seeing friends, etc.
  • You are worrying more than usual
  • You have thoughts and feelings that are difficult to cope with, which are impacting on your daily life
  • You are sleeping either more or less than usual
  • You are eating either more or less than usual
  • You are not doing well in school, college or university
  • You are finding it difficult to cope with life changes, like moving house or changing schools
  • Your mood has worsened, and you feel withdrawn, anxious or angry
  • You may also notice physical symptoms such as headaches, stomach aches, or feeling sick.

If you are experiencing any of these, please don’t delay asking for help. There are lots of support options available.

How we can support you...

Not ready to talk yet?

Asking for help isn’t always easy, and it can take time… If you are not ready to talk, you might still benefit from finding out more about how you feel.

Visit The Sandbox, an online mental health hub with resources, gaming LiveStreams, and an online chat to help you easily find the best support. 

You can also visit Swindon Local Offer which provides lots of information and advice on Swindon services. 

Call Us

One of our friendly team would love to speak with you and answer any questions


Parents and Professionals can make a referral directly, and if you are 12+ you can self-refer by completing our referral form.

Online Support

Digital hub with mental health online resources, gaming LiveStreams, and LiveChat to help you find the right support.

Where to Find Us

Office: BeU Swindon, Nexus Business Centre, 6 Darby Close, Cheney Manor, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 2PN

Parking: You can find parking on site or there is a nearby pay and display. 

Accessibility: Easy access for all at the main reception. 

If you think someone is at immediate risk of harm or is not safe, please contact urgent help services as soon as possible.